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Metallo-Trigon Construction Sets
Metallo-Trigon was an unusual construction system. It used triangular shaped parts to make models. It was made in Germany from around 1913 to 1926.
Manufacturer / Distributor
Initially: Metallo-Trigon GmbH, Offenbach, Germany
From 1916: Stanzwerke GmbH, Eisenach, Germany
From 1919: Stanzwerke u. Schlossfabriken GmbH, Bad Liebenstein and Sachsendorf bei Eisford, Germany
From 1920: Stenzwerke GmbH, Sachsendorf and in 1923 from Eisenach, Germany
Info from the Metal Constructional Systems Database for METALLO TRIGON
1913 to circa 1926
M2 (see comment *1)
12.5 (see comment *2)
3.2 (see comment *3)
Bolts: hexagonal (slotted)
(see comment *4)
Steel with a Steel finish
(see comment *5)
6.0(see comment *6)
6.0(see comment *7)
Clamping NBW join Triangles edge-to-edge with Double Angle Strip crossways. *1 & 2.4x.65. *2 some parts 12.0, 8/8.5 for Double Angle Strip outer holes. *3 Typical but up to 3.4, & 2.9 also. *4*5*6*7 & hex nut & round slotted bolt brass plated steel 6.3 6.0. Nickel plated steel also possible.
The MCS document for this system is shown below. It can also be downloaded to your computer if desired here
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Below there are various manuals/leafets which can be downloaded by clicking on the appropriate image.
Another Metallo-Trigon manual for sets 1 to 3 - this manual came with the next set photos
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